About - Wolf Designs

What started out in 1995, as a small family owned graphics firm located in Missoula, Montana, grew and relocated to the Phoenix, Arizona metro area in August of 2001.  A move that facilitated growth and opportunity at every turn.  Nineteen years later, Wolf Designs continues to grow as a full service, large format printing, graphics firm and sign company.  We pride ourselves on providing excellence in customer service while continuing to be a leader in our ever changing industry.

What sets us apart from the rest?  Our installs, attention to detail, customer service and exceeding our clients expectations.  With our professional team and knowledge, we provide the highest quality product to meet every need.  From custom vehicle graphics including: Vehicle wraps, UTV wraps, offroad vehicle wraps, trailer wraps, commercial fleets, custom graphics and logo designs; to commercial signage, banners and much more.  Wolf Designs has the experience, creativity and knowledge to provide you or your business with the perfect representation of what you are all about.

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RZR XP 1000/Turbo
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Graphics Wrap Kit - General Installation Instructions

Congratulations on your purchase of custom graphics! These instructions are general in nature and will provide the basics needed to properly install your graphics.

- Read and understand these instructions before installing product
- Ensure doors are securely latched prior to operating vehicle. Do not use product if there is any sign of damage

Disclaimer

We do not recommend covering or removing any factory warning labels. We will not be held responsible or liable in any way for any injuries or death, directly or indirectly resulting from covering or removal of factory warning label.   NOTE: If your graphic kit is designed to coincide with an OEM graphic scheme for an associated model, please understand that door graphic colors are selected and made to color match as close as possible. Due to vehicle use, plastics color and paint variations. The colors are not always a perfect in every case leading to slight variations.

General Notes:

- We have done our best to make the graphics kit as easy as possible to install but if possible, seek professional help.
- Install graphics kit in a 60°F - 100°F environment.
- Properly cleaning the graphic application surface before installation is critical (see Step 2 for reference).
- Take your time and plan on spending a few hours installing your graphics.
- IMPORTANT: There is no need to use soapy water to install our graphics.

Step 1: Thoroughly clean all parts of the surface area that the graphics will be applied to. Remove any factory installed graphics in the subject area as well. Use isopropyl alcohol for cleaning/prepping the surface that you are applying the graphics to. Properly cleaning the application surface is required for proper graphic adhesion.

Step 2: For the doors, remove door skins by unfastening hardware mounting them onto the door frames. Once the door skins are removed lay them on a flat surface such as the ground or a table/work bench.

Step 3: Once proper alignment is achieved, pick a corner to start with. Roll back the edge of the graphic on starting corner. Remove the paper backing and apply corner to the door skin surface. Make sure the unapplied graphic is still lined up after the starting corner is applied. After entire graphic is lined up, peel back more backing paper from the unapplied graphic and use your thumb or a small squeegee to flatten out the graphic to the door surface. If you have a high point on the graphic you are installing, start at the high point and work your way out/down toward the rest of the kit. {Note: Be firm with graphic application to ensure any air bubbles are removed.}

Step 4: You will continue the same application process in step 3 for the remaining graphics on the vehicle:

Place graphics on the area with paper backing still on graphics to get an idea of how they will lay and how to achieve proper alignment relative to shape of the skin.

Once proper alignment is achieved, pick a corner to start with. Roll back the edge of the graphic on starting comer. Remove the paper backing and apply corner to the door skin surface. Make sure the unapplied graphic is still lined up after the starting corner is applied. After entire graphic is lined up, peel back more backing paper from the unapplied graphic and use your thumb or a small squeegee to flatten out the graphic to the door surface. If you have a high point on the graphic you are installing, start at the high point and work your way out/down toward the rest of the kit. {Note: Be firm with graphic application to ensure any air bubbles are removed}.

Step 5: When you add heat from a blow dryer or heat gun, the kit can stretch up to one inch in any direction so be careful using heat while pulling or holding the graphics. If you end up with some small wrinkles at the very last edge of a graphic area, apply a little heat and tap it down with your finger to flatten these areas out.

Step 6: Repeat process for remaining surfaces until all graphics in kit are applied accordingly.

Step 7: After installation is complete on all areas, let the graphics kit sit for 24hrs. With a razor blade, knife or scissors; carefully cut an "X" or single slit from the top side of the graphics, through all hardware holes in the door skin to allow for hardware to pass back through. Re-install all door skins back on to door frames and check   to make sure doors are functioning properly before use.

Please call us at 480.888.0202 with any questions.

 

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